Pianist Barbara Buer



Barbara Buer is accompanist for The Las Vegas Master Singers.  Upon moving to Las Vegas in 1998 she joined the choir as a singer and has served as accompanist or singer for almost 20 years.  She also currently serves as Coordinator of Outreach for the Master Singers and leads the Caring Voices as they take concerts to the residents of memory care facilities.


She is active in the Las Vegas area both as a free-lance accompanist and paraprofessional at the Las Vegas Academy of the Performing Arts.  She is past Organist and Director of Music for Grace in the Desert, Episcopal, in Summerlin.


Previously she taught at The Meadows School for several years where her duties included teaching middle school and high school choir, teaching kindergarten music and providing music direction for musical productions as well as accompanying the elementary level programs and choir.  Her students were selected for CCSD All-State and ACDA Western Division Honor Choirs.


Numerous recital and concert tours have taken her to Norway, England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium as well as several U. S. cities.  She has toured as soloist, duo-recitalist, conductor and accompanist.


Barbara has extensive orchestral experience performing as continuo or ensemble player with the San Fernando Symphony, Long Beach Symphony, Young Musician’s Foundation Debut Orchestra, Los Angeles Baroque Society, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Las Vegas Philharmonic.  She has been featured as soloist playing the Saint-Saens Third Symphony and performing the Poulenc Organ Concerto with Dance Theater of Harlem.


She has served as recital and choral accompanist for several institutions and choirs including Pasadena City College, Beverly Hills High School, Foothill Master Chorale, California State University at Northridge, and the University of Southern California.


Conductors she has worked with include Jocelyn Jensen, David Weiller, Harold Weller, Susan L. Johnson, Joel Pressman, Donald Brinegar, Charles Hirt, James Vail, Daniel Lewis, Elmer Bernstein, Gerhard Samuel, John Byun, Jo Michael Scheibe, Ron Carpenter, Paul Polivnick, Paul Torkelson, Jo Ann Falletta, Rollo Dilworth and Iona Brown.